For the first time in the history of the Women’s Korean Basketball League (WKBL), KB Stars’ Park Ji-soo (26) has been named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of three consecutive rounds.
The Korea Women’s Basketball League announced today that Park received 65 out of 73 votes in the media voting for the Most Valuable Player of the third round of the WKBL for the 2023-2024 season, surpassing Kim Dan-bi (5 votes – Woori Bank).

For Park Ji-soo, this is her third consecutive award following the first and second rounds.

This is the first time a player has been named Most Valuable Player in three consecutive rounds. It is the 16th time in his career.
Park averaged 24 points, 17.6 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 0.6 blocked shots while playing an average of 30 minutes and 26 seconds in five games in the third round, ranking first overall in scoring, rebounding, and contribution.

For the season as a whole, as of Day 2, he ranks first in points (20.53), first in rebounds (16.59), first in blocked shots (1.65), first in two-pointers made (0.061), and first in offensive rating (770.4). 토토사이트
Park has also achieved significant personal records this season.

On March 15 against Shinhan Bank, she recorded her 400th career blocked shot at the youngest age in history, 25 years, 0 months, and in the fewest number of games, 190.



This is the fourth time a player has reached 400 blocked shots in the women’s professional basketball league.

Previously, the record for the youngest and fewest games played was held by Woori Bank’s Lee Jong-ae (29 years, 10 months, 197 games).
Thanks to Park Ji-soo’s stellar performance, KEB has taken sole possession of the lead with a 15-2 record after two days.

They are 0.5 games behind second-place Woori Bank (14-2).

Park missed most of the 2022-2023 season due to panic disorder, while K.B. finished the season in fifth place.
Meanwhile, Lee Myung-kwan (28-Woori Bank) was awarded the third-round Most Improved Player (MIP) award, which is voted on by the referees and administrative staff of the WBS.

Selected 18th overall in the 2019-2020 rookie draft, Lee made 11 of 22 three-point attempts in the third round, topping the category with a 50 percent success rate.

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